Class Descriptions

Hatha Ease yourself into a nice gentle yoga class working on your mind body spirit connection while increasing your flexibility with each breath.

Yoga for beginners This program is designed for those who have never practiced Yoga before. We will guide students through postures, breathing techniques and meditation in a safe and comfortable environment.

Noon Yoga These mid-day classes will clear the mind and rejuvenate the body; ideal for those on the go! We will move through familiar postures found in traditional Hatha Yoga to open the body, deepen our core strength and take some calming breath.

Restorative Yoga is less physically challenging and all about relaxation. This class is much more difficult mentally, as it is very meditative. It is important to allow the body to rest so that it can function optimally. As a society we live in our Sympathetic Nervous System, the fight or flight system, the stressed out nervous system. Restorative yoga helps us move into our Parasympathetic Nervous System, where we need to be in order to sleep, rest, digest, and recover. Treat yourself to some relaxation.

Hathastorative Return to balance and nourish your body,mind and spirit. In the first  part of the practice recharge through mindful movement and yoga asanas (postures). Then, move through a series of seated and reclining postures supported by props, entering into a deep and calming restorative practice.

Vinyasa In this dynamic class, the breath guides every movement. Through a unique blend of seated, standing, balancing, and reclining postures, the mind and body feel both energized and refreshed.

Weekend Warrior! Let your Warrior be awakened Saturday mornings with a series of energetic poses, getting you ready for the weekend ahead.

Yin Yoga will aim to bring a deeper awareness to your body and mind. Generally done in a variety of seated/floor postures that are held for a duration of 3 to 5 minutes, it targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine.

Yoga Mechanics Have you ever wondered how and why we do certain postures in yoga? Looking at the mechanics of poses can be a helpful way of building a deeper yoga practice. This will be a ‘workshop’ style class, focusing on anatomy and build-ups to more challenging poses.

Yoga Re-Balance Start your week off consciously by activating your alignment and opening your heart. Classes begin with a thorough warm up, followed by creative asana sequences, pranayama (breathing exercises) and a brief meditation. Suitable for all students.

Chair Yoga  is a slow, but intense style of Yoga where students are seated or use a chair for assistance. Through modifications Yoga becomes accessible to students with illness, disabilities,injuries,seniors and students with hip/knee replacements. Health benefits include improved muscle tone; better breathing habits, reduction of stress and better sleep.

Men’s Yoga: This 6-week program is designed for the guys that have thought about it but never tried it…
If you’ve ever been curious about what goes on inside a yoga studio then this program could be for you. We’ll go through some very basic breathing techniques (pranayama) and some of the everyday yoga postures (asanas) that you will experience at any yoga class you might attend. I’ll make sure by the end of the series you’ll have the knowledge to walk into any class and be comfortable to continue your yoga practice at your own pace.
Some benefits include: Improves flexibility, Increase strength, learn how to breathe properly, enhance your workout, relieve stress, reduce lower back pain, improve range of motion, and
find balance.

Women’s Yoga This class is for women at any stage of womanhood: pregnancy, post pregnancy, infertility, menopause and everything in between. We’ll focus on postures that strengthen, relax and help to alleviate the stress of your day.

7 thoughts on “Class Descriptions

  1. Hi – yes the Winter schedule is still in effect, the only difference is the “program” class changes which are noted on the site. Spring session is coming soon!

  2. Iam inquiring in regards to your noon yoga sessions, if myself and possible a co-worker were to do drop in classes, how do we know there will be room? As well as price, and we bring our own matt? Thanks sara

    1. Whups. I meant to add. That there usually is space for drop-ins – and if it is tight we can always skooch down to make room 🙂 Drop-ins are $11 each session. You are welcome to bring your own mat – but we also have a selection of studio mats for your convenience.

      Hope to see you there!

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